College Trustees Need to Do More to Increase Student Learning And Completion
The following is from the Carnegie Foundation. Click on blue highlight for the survey.
MANY COLLEGE BOARDS ARE AT SEA IN ASSESSING STUDENT LEARNING, SURVEY FINDS
While oversight of educational quality is a critical responsibility of college boards of trustees, a majority of trustees and chief academic officers say boards do not spend enough time discussing student-learning outcomes, and more than a third say boards do not understand how student learning is assessed, says a report by the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges. This article is in The Chronicle of Higher Education.